Reach highly-responsive government officials and top-tier executives with the e.Republic Municipal Government Executives Database. This database is comprised of influential city managers, mayors, commissioners, finance directors, human resource managers, city engineers, public works executives, police chiefs, and more from cities, towns, boroughs and villages who subscribe to e.Republic suite of resources.
|81,703||Total Universe / Universe Rate||$200.00/M|
Reach highly-responsive government officials and top-tier executives with the e.Republic Municipal Government Executives Database. This database is comprised of influential city managers, mayors, commissioners, finance directors, human resource managers, city engineers, public works executives, police chiefs, and more from cities, towns, boroughs and villages who subscribe to e.Republic suite of resources. With a focus on local government, technology innovations, and education, theseexecutives rely on e.Republic publications, websites, events, digital education, and research applicationsto help themmake critical decisions on developing and maintaining projects and programs ranging from city beautification to law enforcement.
eRepublic provides municipal government executives with non-partisan news, insight and analysis on topics such as municipal budget and finance; emergency management; transportation and infrastructure; government technology; workforce and economic development; health and human services and more. According to the National League of Cities, there are over 19,000 municipalities in the U.S. with the vast majority (over 90%) having populations under 25,000. The highly-educated executives are responsible for ensuring their municipalities receive the services and programs needed to benefit their communities. They hire, train and supervise employees in municipal jobs including assessor’s office, city road construction, economic development, public safety, fire protection, education, public transit, and municipal water and sewer services. These officials and executives devise budgets and hold town hall meetings so residents can vote on issues concerning the welfare of their neighborhoods.
Municipal government executives are in continuous pursuit of products and services necessary to resolve management issues, upgrade technology strategies, and overcome political hurdles unique to municipal governments. These subscribers specify, recommend and approve purchases related to computers, hardware and software, accounting processes, event coordination, travel, infrastructure, economic development, parks and recreation, banking services, procurement, publications, continuing education, insurance offers, financial offers, office supplies, vehicle fleet acquisition and maintenance, electronics, cyber security, telecommunications, and credit cards.
|Agency Department Function||$20.00/M|
Agency Department Function (20.00/M) Elected official/legislative 11,383 Finance/taxation/budgeting 6,602 Information technology/telecom 4,437 Public Works/transportation/infrastructure/utility/planning 12,254 Health/human services 995 Human resources/benefits/personnel 1,586 Environment/energy 488 Adminstration/operations/general services/purchasing 9,202 Economic development/workforce development 902 Agriculture/parks and rec/land management 950 Law enforcement 12,694 Fire/emergency services 12,509 Emergency operations center 1,224 Education/Library Services 693 Other 2,348 Job Function (20.00/M) Elected official/legislative 11,694 Finance/procurement/budget/auditor 7,371 Information technology 6,087 Engineering/technical 2,843 Operations/administration 26,621 Human resource/workforce/training/benefits 2,581 First responder(police/fire/ems) 16,471 Emergency management 3,304 Other 4,226 Job Role (20.00/M) Executive/C level 25,129 Senior Management 21,938 Supervision 15,895 Subject matter expert/practitioner 10,732